16 episodes

The REAL Podcast series is one of the few Australian podcasts that will deliver stories and experiences from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives. The series features a line-up of guests who are working across a broad range of industries, including musicians, actors, designers, activists, and social change-makers. Listeners will feel educated and inspired hearing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander topics and perspectives shared with heart and honesty. https://www.the-real.com.au/

The REAL Podcast The REAL Podcast

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The REAL Podcast series is one of the few Australian podcasts that will deliver stories and experiences from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives. The series features a line-up of guests who are working across a broad range of industries, including musicians, actors, designers, activists, and social change-makers. Listeners will feel educated and inspired hearing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander topics and perspectives shared with heart and honesty. https://www.the-real.com.au/

    Episode 16: Marcus Corowa

    Episode 16: Marcus Corowa

    Episode 16 of The Real Podcast features talented singer-songwriter, composer and actor, Marcus Corowa. Marcus chats about his pathway in the performing arts, what it was like chasing his dreams from his home community of Bowen in Far North Queensland, and his recent move into musical theatre roles, including the upcoming production of Bran Nue Dae.

    • 32 min
    Episode 15: Luke Currie-Richardson

    Episode 15: Luke Currie-Richardson

    Episode 15 of the The Real Podcast features First Nations dancer and storyteller, Luke Currie-Richardson. Luke yarns about his pathway from aspiring basketballer to contemporary dancer with Bangarra Dance Theatre, what it's like being a young First Nations man walking between cultures, and his current passion for promoting pride in First Nations culture and identity through social media.

    • 40 min
    Episode 14: Ellen van Neerven

    Episode 14: Ellen van Neerven

    In Episode 14 of The Real Podcast, Mayrah yarns with writer and editor, Ellen van Neerven. Ellen's debut novel ‘Heat and Light’ was shortlisted for a Stella Prize in 2015 and won Ellen the 2016 NSW Premier’s Literary Award for Indigenous Writers. Ellen delves into the inspiration and process behind her work, chatting about the impacts of being labelled as one of the nation’s best young writers, the complexities that exist around representations of Aboriginal people, the unique qualities of First Nations writing, and how to keep the black voice safe in the publishing industry.

    www.the-real.com.au/podcast/

    Produced by Jake Keane and Marguerite Barbara

    • 59 min
    Episode 13: Samantha Harris

    Episode 13: Samantha Harris

    Dunghutti woman and fashion model Samantha Harris was 11 years-old when she won Girlfriend magazines Cover Girl competition, launching a career that would lead her to becoming only the second Indigenous model to appear on the cover of Vogue Australia. Sam has featured in several high profile advertising campaigns, including work for David Jones, Target and Seafolly. In Episode 13 of #TheREALPodcast, Sam chats about her journey from shy Tweed Heads schoolgirl to walking Australian fashion’s biggest stages, and offers some advice and tips for other young First Nations people on breaking down barriers and chasing their dreams.

    www.the-real.com.au/podcast/

    Produced by Jake Keane and Marguerite Barbara

    • 32 min
    Episode 12: Tallisha Harden

    Episode 12: Tallisha Harden

    In Episode 12, Mayrah chats with NRLW and Australian Jillaroo rugby league star, Tallisha Harden. Tallisha yarns about her journey in sport, the importance of stepping out of your comfort zone, and the positive changes and new opportunities occurring for women across the Australian sporting landscape.

    www.the-real.com.au/podcast/

    Produced by Jake Keane and Marguerite Barbara

    • 37 min
    Episode 11: Jessica Mauboy

    Episode 11: Jessica Mauboy

    In Episode 11 of the The Real Podcast, Mayrah chats with Australian pop music icon, Jessica Mauboy. In a wide ranging and deeply personal interview, Jess reflects on the making of her latest album, ‘Hilda’, named after her late Grandmother. Jess speaks from the heart about her journey so far and the powerful experience of rediscovering herself and her creative passion through her connection with family.

    www.the-real.com.au/podcast/

    Produced by Jake Keane and Marguerite Barbara

    • 52 min

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